IN MEMORIAM: Betty Linney Bosc, 88,
EEG Technician, Head Secretary At Bassett
SPRINGFIELD CENTER – Betty Linney Bosc, 88, who spent her career as an EEG technician and head secretary at Bassett Hospital, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, 2017, at Focus Otsego in Cooperstown.
She was born Feb. 21,1929, in Cooperstown, the daughter of the late William and Alice (Bebee) Linney. Betty graduated from Springfield Central High School in 1946. On Feb. 21, 1947, Betty married Ernest A. Bosc.
After graduation, she worked at Bassett Hospital for many years, holding various positions – receptionist, EEG (electroencephalogram) technician, and head secretary. In 1965, she attended a four-month training program at the Neurological Institute in New York City to become an EEG technician.
Betty loved her family and children very much. She attended countless functions to watch her grandchildren play basketball, soccer, tennis, snowboard, sing, play piano, perform in school plays, and many other activities. Betty was a faithful and lifetime member of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Springfield Center where she served on the vestry, women’s altar guild, and sang in the choir. During retirement, Betty spent her time doing volunteer work at Bassett and at the ASPCA Better Exchange in Cooperstown. All who knew her will remember her dedication and love for family and friends.
Surviving are her children: Daniel (Agnes) Bosc of Springfield Center, Sharon (Gerald) Dahl of Baldwinsville, Mary (Mark) Misiewicz of Springfield Center; 22 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Betty was predeceased by her husband Ernest, in 1994, and her brother William Linney.
In celebration of Betty’s life, a memorial service is planned at 11 a.m. Dec. 27 at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Springfield Center. Please join us after the service for a luncheon at St Mary’s Parish House. All are welcome.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Springfield Center.
A special thanks to all at Woodside Hall and Focus Otsego for their compassion and care during Betty’s final days.